DJ Gie: Get Some by Lykke Li. This is a cool song that reminds me of the chase scenes from the old Western movies. It's good for running - especially if you are trying to escape.
Miss Yellow: Dumb Disco Ideas by Holy Ghost! This is an energetic song which leaves me feeling positive. Its crisp drums will make you want to run and run.
Taku Hirayama: Clouds and Water by Minilogue. I recently tried to keep my heartbeat on the drumbeat while I ran for 30 minutes listening to this long, deep techno journey. Monotonous but hypnotic.
Frankie Lam: You're Not from Brighton by Fatboy Slim. This guy's rhythms are always incredibly funky and it's hard not to move when you hear this track in particular.
DJ Gie: Cirrus by Bonobo. Travelling through water requires a different soundtrack and this one will keep the pace going. Just don't forget to come up for air.
Miss Yellow: Sink Or Swim by Morgan Hammer. Apart from the title which should inspire you to stay afloat, the track also brings a funky "kosmische" vibe which should be heard in the water.
Taku Hirayama: Night Rhythm (Daniel Solar & Andi De Luxe Dub Mix) by Roberto Rodriguez. I haven't tried listening to music in the pool, but the bass line of this track makes me want to try it. Any recommendations for waterproof music players?
Frankie Lam: Walk and Talk by Benoit & Sergio. I feel like I'm floating when I hear this deep house tune - so I guess it'd be great when gliding through the water.
DJ Gie: Polygon by Shock One. This track is basically a roller-coaster ride and matches the intense speed of cycling, yet it won't distract you from the task at hand.
Miss Yellow: Elektro Kardiogramm by Kraftwerk. The lyrics "elektro kardiogramm" and "beats per minute", plus the sound of heartbeats and breathing, should make you want to push the pedals.
Taku Hirayama: The Curse by Gatto Fritto. This track would certainly keep me cycling through nature under a deep blue sky. I should wake up early one Sunday and try it.
Frankie Lam: Encore by Nicolas Jaar. If you think electronic music can't be melodic, give this track a listen. It would be the perfect track to listen to while cycling through a quiet, suburban area.
DJ Gie: Sentinel by Midnight Conspiracy & Cenob1te. This is the perfect anthem for power lifters seeking to dig deep and find super-human levels of strength.
Miss Yellow: Street Fighter Riddim by D Double E. This is based on Street Fighter, and the voices and sounds from the game will make you feel like one of the fighters.
Taku Hirayama: Straight Ahead by Force of Nature. Watch the video on YouTube - it's hilarious to see the producers exercise to such a killer tune which pushes the body to the max.
Frankie Lam: Freestyler by Bomfunk MC's. These guys make really powerful, up-tempo music. It's pretty tough stuff, and is guaranteed to get you pumping iron.
FOR COOLING DOWN
DJ Gie: Alive by Empire of the Sun. The perfect feel-good track to follow a workout. Congratulations, you survived!
Miss Yellow: Staat Aus Glas by Kassem Mosse. This track's beautiful cymbals and simple bass line will take you on a slow-motion groove for almost 13 minutes, allowing you to find deep relaxation.
Taku Hirayama: The Dance of Planet X by Larry Heard. Cooling down marks the transition to chill-out time. This tune should be heard after a serious workout. It's amazingly smooth.
Frankie Lam: Underneath It All by No Doubt. Even just thinking about the reggae rhythm and lazy vocals on this song chills me out. The perfect way to end a workout.